Tom Brady: Seven-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback agrees to become NFL analyst upon retirement

Tom Brady reversed his decision to retire earlier this year and is gearing up for his 23rd season in the NFL, leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their quest for an eighth Super Bowl ring.

Tom Brady already has plans for a life off the field after he agreed to become the NFL’s lead analyst once he retires from playing, it was announced Tuesday.

Reacting to the news, Brady tweeted, “Excited but lots of unfinished business on the pitch with @Buccaneers.”

The seven-time Super Bowl champion returns to Tampa Bay to celebrate his 23rd season in the league as he looks to realize his ambition to play at the age of 45.

In his new role, Brady will be the lead NFL analyst for Fox Sports. According to Fox CEO Lachlan Murdoch, he will name the “biggest games in the NFL” along with Kevin Burkhardt, serving as an “ambassador”, especially for client and advertising initiatives. “.

“We are delighted that Tom has decided to join the Fox team and wish him all the best for the upcoming season,” Murdoch added.

Sky Sports NFL's Neil Reynolds says the return of Tom Brady will be good news for the sport, and especially for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who will instantly become rivals again.

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Sky Sports NFL’s Neil Reynolds says the return of Tom Brady will be good news for the sport, and especially for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who will instantly become rivals again.

Brady, in addition to his seven Super Bowl wins, holds the record for most completions (7,263), passing yards (84,520), passing touchdowns (624), starts (316), Pro Bowl tackles, and Super Bowl MVP, while never did not register. lost a season at one time with the New England Patriots and Bucs.

Brady notably threw more touchdowns in his 40s (168) than he did in his 20s (147), with him and tight end Rob Gronkowski representing the second highest scoring combination ever with 105 touchdowns, nine short of Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison. .

Another big point to add to his resume is that he’s set to lead the Bucks against the Seattle Seahawks in Munich this November, which will be the first ever regular season game to be played in Germany.

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